Recovery Community


Research shows that bonding is one of the most important protective factors for maintaining recovery (Fisher & Harrison, 2009) and that a support system is critical in promoting resiliency (Levy, 2008). Thus, NRAP promotes recovery by providing social support through peer-to-peer services and activities, academic support and professional development through advisement, on-going seminars, leadership training, and a scholarly program of study. Finally, it enhances the students’ college experiences by increasing their engagement on campus and providing activities that support their positive lifestyle choices.

To find out more about the recovery community and how to be involved, call or email NRAP and schedule an appointment to talk with our coordinator!